Last Games Key to Philadelphia Flyers Tank

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When a team isn’t good in the NHL, it’s better to be horrible than mediocre. Take it from the many organizations across the league that are in the midst of rebuilds, sacrificing present success for future gain. Their strategy? Fail now, get a good draft pick, hope that draft pick results in an impact player, […] READ MORE


Philadelphia Flyers Weekly Review, Including Travis Sanheim

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The Philadelphia Flyers had a busy week, with a four-game stretch that had some surprising highlights – and, as usual, some unfortunate lowlights. On Sunday, the Flyers silenced Madison Square Garden in a rare shootout win over the New York Rangers. Then came two consecutive games against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Although the Flyers were […] READ MORE



Midseason Report Cards: Metropolitan Division

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Welcome to the Midseason Report Card Summary. We will be going over each division and bringing you an analysis of how each team in the NHL has faired at the midway point of their season. Today we go over the highly competitive Metropolitan Division. For the first installment of the report cards on the Metropolitan […] READ MORE







Martin Jones Looking Comfortable for Philadelphia Flyers Early

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The Philadelphia Flyers had a very disappointing season last year in the shortened schedule. A big part of this was the massive struggle of their goaltending. Carter Hart didn’t look himself and Brian Elliott couldn’t give effective minutes either. This year, they made a change in the backup position bringing in Martin Jones. This was […] READ MORE